CLOSING BELL: Sensex finishes 123 points higher, Nifty settles near 16,300; Airtel wins 4%, ITC 3%

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National stock indices started Thursday’s session on a positive note amid long interest across all sectors. The S&P BSE Sensex Index rose 207 points to 54,576.64 in the first few minutes of trading, and the broader benchmark NSE Nifty50 rose to 16,294.65, up 36 points from its previous closing. Among Nifty’s top performers were Bharti Airtel, Eicher Motor, Tech Mahindra, SBI Life, and Shree Cement. On the other hand, IndusInd Bank was the most lagging behind. Tata Motors, ONGC, Titan and ICICI Bank were among the other losers.

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This is how the Sensex 30 pack moved into today’s session. It reached a high of 54,717.24 and a low of 54,230.89 to finally settle at 54,492.84

This is how the Sensex 30 pack moved into today's session.  It reached a high of 54,717.24 and a low of 54,230.89 to finally settle at 54,492.84

CLOSING BELL: Sensex finishes 123 points higher, Nifty settles near 16,300; Airtel wins 4%, ITC 3%

  • RIL and HDFC Bank lead market gains
  • 15 of 30 Sensex stocks end the day in the green
  • Index contributors: RIL, HDFC Bank, Bharti Airtel, ITC, Kotak Bank
  • Top Index Winners: Airtel (4.30%), ITC (3.14%), Tech Mahindra (2.67%)
  • Main losers in the index: SBI (3.33%), IndusInd Bank (2.20%), Bajaj Finance (1.78%)
  • S&P BSE Telecom largest sector winner, up 3.39%
  • S&P BSE REALTY biggest loser in the sector, down 1.06%
  • Volume toppers: Airtel, SBI, ITC, Tata Steel, RIL
CLOSING BELL: Sensex finishes 123 points higher, Nifty settles near 16,300;  Airtel wins 4%, ITC 3%

On BSE, 239 stocks reached their upper circuit limits while 402 stocks reached their lower circuit limits

Nifty PSU Bank falls the most among sector indices

Price on August 05, 2021 3:13 p.m.Click on the names of the companies for their live prices.

India Vix volatility gauge drops 1.74%

Results of the first quarter of IPCA laboratories:

– Operating income at Rs 1,566 cr vs Rs 1,534 cr YoY- PAT at Rs 307 cr vs Rs 445 cr YoY

Spot price of gold and silver

Spot price of gold and silver

Main ideas of Motilal Oswal large-cap stocks: ICICI Bank, SBI, Infosys, HCL Technologies, UltraTech, M&M, HUVR, Titan, Divi’s Labs, SAIL and SBI Cards

Chemplast Sanmar’s 3,850 rupee IPO will open on August 10; price range set at Rs 530-541 / share

Cera Sanitaryware first quarter results:

– Operating income at Rs 282 cr vs Rs 146 cr YoY- PAT of Rs 12 cr vs loss of Rs 1.78 cr YoY

Alembic Pharma Obtains Final USFDA Approval For Drug To Treat OCD

FTSE 100 eases as investors await BoE rate decision

London’s FTSE 100 eased on Thursday, weighed down by heavy bank stocks, as investors anxiously await the Bank of England’s rate-setting meeting for clues to asset buying plans of the central bank. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index fell 0.1%, dragged down by bank stocks and oil stocks.

Sensex up over 250 points thanks to rally in RIL, Airtel and IT shares

Long fresh seen in Bharti Airtel shares; RO up 5%

IPO Subscription Updates:

Windlas Biotech IPO has been underwritten more than 4 times so far on Day 2 Krsnaa Diagnostics IPO has been underwritten almost 3 times.

Nikkei ends higher on optimistic earnings

The tech-rich Nikkei stock average ended the day up 0.52%, surpassing a 0.39% lead in the wider Topix, as tech stocks followed a firm finish on Wall Street . The Topix Growth Index added 0.62%, outpacing the 0.18% increase in the value index.

Over the past 12 months, mid caps have risen 80% against Nifty’s 42% jump: Motilal Oswal Financial Services

Bharti Airtel shares jump 6% to cross Rs 600 mark

Price on August 05, 2021 12:29Click on the names of the companies for their live prices.

Asian stocks hold onto gains

The largest MSCI index of Asia-Pacific stocks outside of Japan fell 0.16%, with slight declines in Hong Kong, down 0.11%, and Korea, down 0 , 16%, offset by a 0.24% gain in Australian stocks heading for a record close. The Japanese Nikkei climbed 0.45%.

Nava Bharat Ventures Reaches 15% After Poor Performance in June Quarter

Nava Bharat Ventures announced a sharp 60% drop in its consolidated net profit to Rs 95.43 crore during the June 2021 quarter.

IEX electricity trade increases 37% to 7,322 MU in July

Price on August 05, 2021 11:53Click on the names of the companies for their live prices.

Aptus Value Housing Finance IPO will open on August 10; sets the price range at Rs 346-353 / share

The market has advanced a lot this week and could take a little break. But, this is still a buy-on-dips market … There is a lot of liquidity and you have to be careful because a lot of initial public offers (IPO) are coming up.

– Samrat Dasgupta, CEO of Esquire Capital Investment Advisors

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Max Financials, Chola Finance, JK Cements, Indian Hotels, Deepak Nitrite, Burger King, ICICI Securities, Orient Electric, Solara and ABFRL.

JSPL crude steel production increases 8 pc to 6.5 lakh ton in July

Price on August 05, 2021 10h54Click on the names of the companies for their live prices.

The rupee opens on a downside, 4 inches higher at 74.15 against the US dollar

Sensex slips by more than 100 points led by banks

Real estate values ​​under selling pressure

Price on August 05, 2021 10:22Click on the names of the companies for their live prices.

Adi Godrej to leave Godrej Consumer board in September

Brokerages Increase Dabur Share Price Targets 7-13% Following Excellent First Quarter Posting

Brokerages Increase Dabur Share Price Targets 7-13% Following Excellent First Quarter Posting

Vodafone Idea shares 20% tank after Kumar Mangalam Birla announces he is leaving the board

Sensex slides into negative zone

IDFC First Bank slips 5%. Here are the other big losers of the peloton

Price on August 05, 2021 09:25Click on the names of the companies for their live prices.

The IT, FMCG and pharma indices are only green. Profit taking observed on bank shares

Airtel and Tech Mahindra among the top Sensex pack winners

Airtel and Tech Mahindra among the top Sensex pack winners

Opening bell: Sensex increases 54 points, Nifty inches approaches 16,300; Bharti Airtel gains 2%

We expect gold prices to trade sideways to rise for the day with COMEX spot gold support at $ 1,800 and resistance at $ 1,820 an ounce. MCX Gold support for October is at Rs 47,700 and resistance at Rs 48,200 per 10 grams.

– Tapan Patel, Senior Analyst (Commodities), HDFC Securities

REITs buy shares worth Rs 2,829 cr

Net-net, foreign portfolio investors (REITs) turned buyers of domestic stocks to the tune of Rs 2,828.57 crore, according to data available from NSE. The DII, which turned 411.36 crore sellers, suggests the data.

REITs buy shares worth Rs 2,829 cr

First Quarter Results Today

Adani Transmission, Cipla, GAIL (India), Gujarat Gas, Honeywell Automation, Adani Power, REC, Aditya Capital, Ipca Labs, Tata Chemicals, KIOCL, Escorts, Thermax, Quess Corp, Indiabulls Housing Finance, Birla Corp and Narayana Hrudayalaya are among the company that will announce its quarterly results today.

Oil prices rose amidst stress

Oil prices edged up on Thursday, supported by tensions in the Middle East, but failed to regain most of the losses from the previous day after a surprise increase in crude inventories in the United States, the world’s largest consumer of oil. Brent crude oil futures rose 14 cents, or 0.2%, to $ 70.52 a barrel, while US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose 18 cents , or 0.3%, to $ 68.33 per barrel.

US equities ended mixed

Major Wall Street indices closed largely lower on Wednesday as investors weighed in another batch of corporate earnings and economic data that could shed more light on the course of the economic recovery. The S&P 500 fell from a record set a day earlier. The Dow Jones lost 0.92% to 34,792.67 The S&P 500 lost 0.46% to 4,402.66 The Nasdaq added 0.13% to 14,780.53

Asian equities up at the start of the session

Asian stocks were trading with slight gains on Thursday, ignoring worries about coronavirus infections and crossover trading overnight on Wall Street. The largest MSCI index of Asia-Pacific stocks outside of Japan rose 0.15%. Japan’s Nikkei gained 0.15% Korea’s Kospi climbed 0.12% Australia’s ASX 200 added 0.13% Chinese Shanghai gained 0.07% Hang Seng of Hong Kong jumped 0.34%

SGX Nifty signs a positive start

Shrewd futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded 16 points, or 0.10%, up to 16,276.50, signaling that Dalal Street was heading for a positive start on Thursday.

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